What will you learn?
We have multiple conversations every day, some more important than others. How do we ensure that we don’t walk away feeling frustrated, unheard and having made little or no progress?
Lucy Day (Human 2 Human Thinking) will be running a 90-minute session to help you walk away from conversations feeling satisfied. During the session you will feel more confident in handling conversations when:
• You are met with resistance
• Find a lack of follow-through on commitments
• Feel that you’re not being understood
The session will help you to:
• Be more persuasive
• Create constructive conversations
• Keep conversations en-pointe
Places on the masterclass are limited so there will be an opportunity for you to think through how you can apply what you’ve learnt to a conversation that is important to you right now.
Who is this session for?
Senior leaders / CEOs who want to achieve good outcomes from important conversations.
About the Facilitator:
Lucy Day, Human 2 Human Thinking: Founder
Lucy has over 15 years’ experience of working for local charities of all sizes. Her responsibilities have ranged from setting up fundraising functions, writing income generation and engagement strategies, product development, marketing and communications and managing teams. Prior to working in the Third Sector, she spent a number of years negotiating, writing and managing outsourced contracts and, as an IT Investment Manager, working with internal stakeholders on building and approving business cases.
In June 2021, Lucy set up Human 2 Human Thinking. This was borne out of her passion for supporting skilled leaders working in the voluntary sector, so that the sector can retain brilliant people. She is an ICF accredited coach.
Terms and Conditions
There is a £10 fee for members of CCVS and Hunts Forum and a £40 fee for non-members. To be paid to CCVS.
By booking on this course you agree to the CCVS cancellation policy
Registration is usually limited to two bookings per member organisation please contact CCVS if more spaces are required.